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investmentcontrarians.com / By Sasha Cekerevac / May 10, 2013
The massive sell-off in the price of gold bullion has certainly shaken up some investors. However, it seems there are others whose investment strategy has been to wait for a pullback in gold to continue accumulating the precious metal.
investmentcontrarians.com / By Sasha Cekerevac / April 29, 2013
As is quite evident from the past couple months, investing in gold can be rather volatile. Clearly, the huge sell-off in the price of gold bullion over the past couple of weeks has shocked some people; an interesting result has been the reaction from the retail [...]
Holy cow, not even the most vociferous gold bears saw that one coming! Gold just suffered what can only be described as a panic. This metal plummeted so fast that its price surrendered a staggering 1/7th of its value in just two trading [...]
SD has discovered the manuscript of a 1981 article by The Globe which reported that 7,000 tons of gold bullion were removed from Fort Knox from $1973-74, and the only bullion that remained was from melted down gold coins & was of such poor quality (at [...]
gotgoldreport.com / By John Hathaway / April 15, 2013
Gold bullion prices have been subjected to a cleverly orchestrated bear raid in our opinion. Selling of paper Comex contracts on Friday, April 12th, and Monday, April 15th, totaled 1 million contracts, exceeding global annual gold production by 12%. The attack succeeded when the technical support [...]
Gold has faced stiff headwinds lately as investors abandon alternative investments to chase record-high stock markets. Probably the most significant has been the major selling hammering the flagship GLD gold ETF. It has suffered such intense differential selling pressure that its custodians have been forced to [...]
silverdoctors.com / by Stewart Thomson / April 10, 2013
Time in the congestion pattern “hourglass” is running out quickly, and a trending move, either up or down, will begin very soon. From a technical standpoint, congestion patterns have roughly a 2/3 chance of consolidating the primary trend (up in this case), and a 1/3 [...]
U.S. Mint figures show sales of the American Eagle gold bullion coins totaled 80,500 ounces in February, up 283% from the 21,000 ounces of American Eagle gold bullion sales reported during the same period of last year.
The Mint reported 230,500 ounces of American Eagle gold [...]
silverdoctors.com / by Michael Lombardi / March 1, 2013
Skepticism toward gold bullion prices is increasing. The bears and the mainstream media are focused on the price decline of gold bullion and are clearly not looking at the demand of the metal. The reality: demand for gold bullion is increasing.
KWN has received tremendous interest in 56-year market veteran and analyst Ron Rosen’s charts and comments which have recently been published exclusively on King World News. With the weakness in gold and silver today, we followed up with Rosen to get his take on what to expect [...]
couriermail.com.au / By Kay Dibben / February 09, 2013 12:00AM
IT WAS the dead of night and security provider David McNamara was alone heading south on the Bruce Highway with a valuable cargo of gold bullion, when suddenly he was hit by blinding lights from behind.
Fearing for his life, Mr McNamara hit the accelerator [...]
silverdoctors.com / by Stewart Thomson / February 6, 2013
I refer to gold bullion as “Queen Gold”, and the US T-bond as her secret agent James T. Bond. At some point, Sir James is going to outlive his usefulness to your queen, and a great bear market in bonds will unfold.
A CAMPAIGN to see Switzerland repatriate all its Gold Bullion held abroad is close to hitting its target of collecting 100,000 signatures as part of an attempt to trigger a referendum on the issue, according to Swiss press reports.
armstrongeconomics.com / By Martin Armstrong / January 16, 2013
Conspiracy theorists have been arguing that there is no gold in Fort Knox for years. Well, they have not been alone. Sister groups have existed in Germany, France, and even England. The Handelsblatt newspaper reported following rumors that have been circulating in Europe [...]
Gold Bullion in Dollars touched its highest level since Christmas at $1669 per ounce during Monday morning’s London session, before easing slightly towards lunchtime to record a 5.7% gain for 2012 at the final Gold Fix of the year.
Silver failed to hold gains from Asian trading, falling back [...]
Iraq made its first major moves in years to increase its gold reserves in the past few months, joining in concert with central banks from emerging markets and non-emerging markets the world over. Iraq’s central bank is merely doing what banks do: purchase gold bullion to [...]
wealthwire.com / by Brittany Stepniak / Monday, December 17th, 2012
Television sitcoms and movies have long incorporated this kind of situation into their plots: a reclusive, mysterious family member hoards millions of dollars, unbeknown to the rest of the world, and leaves it all to the one favored family member.
Topics discussed: The shootings in Connecticut, Small Farming, Agri-business, GMO’s, Obama Care, NDAA, market manipulation, fascism, Agenda 21, The Constitution, the erosion of unalienable rights including property, inflation, financial contagion, debt, gold bullion, silver, hyperinflation, Global elite, Federal Reserve, Global Warming, Climate Change First Hour Guests: Pat Heller – [...]
silverdoctors.com / By Rob Kirby / November 28, 2012
Back in 2009, the Royal Canadian Mint [RCM] claimed that it had lost $15 million worth of gold bullion. What ensued from the time the loss was made “public” can best be described as a ‘fumbling exercise’ where – initially – different accounts [...]
mineweb.com / By Shivom Seth / Wednesday , 31 Oct 2012
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Coming down heavily against gold once again, India’s apex bank the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) has asked banks not to finance the purchase of gold. Though the RBI has already halted banks’ ability to lend money for the purpose [...]
wealthwire.com / by Brittany Stepniak / Monday, October 29th, 2012
Recently we reported how some exciting news pertaining to science’s effects on the precious metals market. Researchers were able to turn bacteria into 99% pure gold. Now, we have something even more exciting to share with you…
Earlier this month Eric Sprott circulated a paper, co-authored by him, which concluded that Western central banks have considerably less physical gold than they claim. It shows that since the year 2000 there has been a net increase in identifiable annual demand [...]
therealasset.co.uk / By Jan Skoyles / October 18, 2012
Whilst this week may have proved a small test for those who recently decided to buy gold bullion, the long-term outlook for gold remains bullish thanks to on-going central bank decisions. Traders in Hong Kong are reporting an increase in demand to buy gold in [...]
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